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Senate to open impeachment trial against judge
WASHINGTON - The Senate is set to open its first impeachment trial since the 1999 case against former President Bill Clinton when it takes up a host of corruption allegations Monday against a Louisiana judge.
Rod Blagojevich headed for retrial early next year
CHICAGO - By dropping all charges against Rod Blagojevich's brother on Thursday, the federal government removed what had become an obstacle to their primary mission: convicting the impeached Illinois governor in a retrial now set for early next year.
Kagan role in Clinton sex harassment suit withheld
WASHINGTON - Bill Clinton's presidential library won't publicly release memos and notes Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan wrote about the sexual harassment lawsuit that triggered Clinton's impeachment.
Obama counsel on court choice: firmness, finesse
WASHINGTON - White House counsel Bob Bauer, President Barack Obama's point man in the search for a new Supreme Court justice, manages to get credit both for an even temperament and his finesse with a sledge hammer.
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